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unsalted
American English: /ˌənˈsɔltəd/
British English: /ʌnˈsɔːltɪd/
, /ʌnˈsɒltɪd/

Translation of unsalted in Spanish:

adjective

  • sin sal
    Example sentences
    • The co-op's Summer Gold salted and unsalted butter is also made in small batches at an old-fashioned, local creamery in Hope, Minn., using only sweet cream from the co-op's grass-fed cows.
    • The awareness of the distinction salted / unsalted would have been strong in the Middle Ages because meat was regularly parboiled to tenderize it before roasting or frying.
    • There are lots of choices like this to be made; salted or unsalted butter, smoked or unsmoked bacon, eggs three ways and so on.

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